The Library runs events throughout the year: exhibitions from the collection, events connected to the collections and music and social events to raise funds for running costs and special projects. Find all the dates for your diary and a downloadable copy of our Footnotes newsletter on this page . Tickets and information: 01764 652819: firstname.lastname@example.org or book online via the links given below.
Our Heritage Trail by the river and the woodland garden have a lovely display of Spring flowers and guidelines permitting, the grounds and trail remain open for visitors to enjoy seven days a week: a peaceful stroll to enjoy wildlife and history.
If you are not venturing out we have a selection of videos to enjoy from your armchair on our website bringing alive the collection with our Keeper of Books and Volunteers: look out for new videos coming up this month.
Dates for your diary
Sat 18th &
Friday 24th September
Sunday 31st October
Thurs 11th November
Fri 12th &
|Library Re-opens for visitors. If you can, please book your visit in advance through our reservations partner Art Tickets. If you are booking on the day of your visit, or prefer to speak to someone please call us to arrange your visit on 01764 652819.|
Doors Open Days – Roman Strathearn in partnership with Crieff and Strathearn Museum. Find out about the Roman road, cutting and ford at Innerpeffray. Meet Roman soldiers from the Antonine Guard, view maps of the local Roman sites and hear a free talk about the Roman presence here from author David Willington. Roman artefacts on display.
Visit the Library to view our Walter Scott 250 exhibition.
Library tours on the hour 10am – 4pm on Saturday and 2pm – 4pm Sunday (Library closes at 5pm both days). Book a tour using the General Admission ticket option.
Roman Strathearn Talks 11.30am and 2.30pm on Saturday and 2.30pm on Sunday.
Innerpeffray Chapel can be viewed from the outside: the Chapel will not be open.
Explore our heritage trail – free trail guides available in Library.
Free entry all weekend. Please book for the talk and tours .
The Annual General Meeting of the Governors of the Innerpeffray Mortification will take place at 2.45pm on Friday 24th September in Innerpeffray Schoolroom and by Zoom video call. Please contact the Keeper if you wish to attend.
Library closes on 31st October for the Winter Season.
Nunkie Theatre present two ghost stories by MR James. Doors Open 7pm for 7.30pm start. Tickets £15 More details and booking here.
Christmas Fair in Innerpeffray schoolroom. More details coming soon. If you are a local food and drink supplier and interested in having a stall, please contact us.
History books, historic fiction; travel and tourism; poetry; dramatic landscape; books – Scotland has it all and in our exhibition this year we look at all of these, through the eyes of poet, novelist, antiquarian and collector Sir Walter Scott.
If you would like to hold a private event at the Library, Schoolroom or both please do get in touch. We are delighted to hold book launches, weddings, birthday treats and private tours outwith opening hours.